The panelists discuss American conservatives' extreme reactions to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Indiana effectively legalizes discrimination, and David Smithyman gets to the heart of homophobia.
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Indiana passes a law that allows businesses to refuse service to gay patrons on religious grounds.
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Stephen was ready to toast the government shutdown with a champagne flute of lead paint.
The Tea Party turns a small budget dispute into hostage-like negotiation proportions.
Planned Parenthood makes abortions so convenient that women don't have to be pregnant to get one.
Kristen Schaal presents a pro-life currency that can't be spent on anything related to abortion.
Republicans think that letting the Bush tax cuts expire is a socialist plot to ruin the economy.
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